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Problems Voting? Here’s What to Do


Today’s the day. Every registered voter has the right to vote in their precinct. To reduce the chance for error, here are some easy steps to take before you go — followed by some places to go for help if you run into trouble.

Before you go:


Check here and make sure you are registered to vote and that you have the right polling place.

Bring proper identification. Here’s a complete list of acceptable documents:

If you get to your precinct and are denied the right to vote, FairVoteColorado may be able to help you:

First, go through this checklist:

If you answered yes to any of the questions, call FairVote Colorado toll-free at 1-888-839-4301 and tell them about your situation or log a complaint on their website here .


If you need to contact your county election office this page has the information for all Colorado counties.

One last name and number you may need is the election division of Colorado’s Secretary of State:

Elections fax: 303.869.4861

Good luck. Be patient. Today is your day and your chance to be heard. Voting is a privilege. It is what democracy is all about. Use it, don’t lose it.

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